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Rahr-West unveils annual Art of Tablesettings exhibit

9:03 AM, Oct. 4, 2013
Sandy Folz, foreground, followed by her daughter, Tracy Folz, both of Valders, bring in items for their 'An Afternoon Tea' display. It will be part of the Rahr-West Art Museum's annual Art of Tablesettings exhibit, which opens today.
Sandy Folz, foreground, followed by her daughter, Tracy Folz, both of Valders, bring in items for their 'An Afternoon Tea' display. It will be part of the Rahr-West Art Museum's annual Art of Tablesettings exhibit, which opens today.
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The Rahr-West Art Museum, 610 N. Eighth St., will host its annual Art of Tablesettings exhibit beginning today and continuing through Oct. 27.

Ruth West introduced the first tablesetting exhibit at the Rahr-West Art Museum more than 30 years ago. Originally, the exhibit featured traditional tablesettings of fine china and crystal, but over the years it has taken on a life of its own. The possibilities now are limited only by the imagination of the designers.

The Rahr-West Art Museum is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends. Admission is free. ...

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